Resources for Adult LearnersBack to College Find on-campus or online and distance degree programs that offer credit for life experience and other accelerated options. Back2College provides information on scholarships, grants, and private organizations and associations that aid adults returning to college.
ACE Center for Adult Learners ACE serves as a consensus leader on key higher education issues and seeks to influence public policy through advocacy, research, and program initiatives.
GED Testing The GED Tests allow people to prove what they know. The GED Tests measure your knowledge and academic skills against those of today’s traditional high school graduates. The site will tell you what to expect when you take the GED Tests, what your scores mean when you receive them in the mail, and how to use your GED credential to enroll in a college or university program of your choice.
We Care DC WE CARE works closely with businesses and government agencies to provide information to their employees about educational programs and financial aid opportunities.
Petersons Distance Learning Provides consumers with the depth and breadth of information they need to make informed decisions about their education or career. The financial aid database of nearly $5 billion worth of scholarships, grants, and prizes is fully searchable on the Web and available in printed guides.